After growing up in the Chicago area, son of a first-generation Armenian-American school teacher who was also involved with local politics, Rob Paravonian went to college at USC in Los Angeles and now lives in New York.
We are proud to present the following Armenian Comedians on Barahantes.Com, the Premier Armenian Entertainment Website
Kev Orkian is one of the UK’s most talented, up-and-coming comedians. A highly skilled pianist, singer and actor, he has been dubbed one of the world’s finest comedy pianists and compared to the likes of Dudley Moore, Victor Borge and Les Dawson.
Garbis Terzian was born in Aleppo. Since childhood he’s performed in a number of plays as an actor and a comedian.
Pierre Shammassian (b. Beirut, Lebanon on the 9th of March, 1949) is famous in Lebanon for Arabs and Armenians alike, and also popular in the Armenian Diaspora.
Krikor Satamian is a graduate of the American University of Beirut (AUB). Attended the “London School of Film Technique” and the “Bristol Old Vic Theater School”.
At 6′2,” Vahé, with his long, soft-gray, braided hair and strong, angular features immediately attracts attention. But, it his personality and his work that captures peoples’ hearts.
Ara Basil is of Armenian descent and a Hollywood native who is no stranger to the entertainment industry. His next door neighbor growing up was the guy who played BJ’s stunt double in BJ and the Bear!